The beaches in Trinidad and Tobago are not only breath-taking in themselves; they also offer a plethora of marine activities.   Snorkelers enjoy the myriads of exotic and colorful fish in the numerous reefs close to shore, for instance at Buccoo Reef and Englishman’s Bay. Trinidad’s North Coast has some great, difficult breaks for adventurous surfers as well. Popular beaches in Trinidad include Carenage Bay and Macqueripe Beach in the North West and Maracas Bay , Las Cuavas and Blanchisseuse in the North Coast. 
 

For travelers more inspired by natural wildlife, travelers can also watch the delicate, fragile nesting rituals of Leatherback turtles, which are as fascinating and on the endangered species list. In addition, Trinidad and Tobago are among the top 10 spots world-wide that has the largest number of bird species per square mile. In other words, Trinidad has more than 430 within its rain forests, lowlands and savannahs, and fresh- and saltwater swamps.


Waterskiing and scuba diving are also options. For sailing, Chaguaramas and the offshore islands from Trinidad are popular jaunts. The islands off the northwest coast of Trinidad have excellent waters for deep-sea fishing; you may find wahoo, king fish, and marlin, to name a few. For golfers, Mount Irvine offers a course which is ‘championship’ level.


In addition, eco adventure has become increasingly popular in these twin islands. Bird-watchindg is available anywhere on these islands. The Wright Nature Centre , Mount St Benedict , and the Caroni Nature Reserve all offer soothing, natural escapes from city life. St Andrew’s course at Moka.